Saturday, July 19, 2008

Payback


I must be doing my job, because I have properly embarrassed these two. Read the comments on my last post. Evan said my inner cha-cha is "disturbing." They have embarrassed me plenty of times. Payback stinks.

10 comments:

Brandon and Tenille said...

Hahaha isnt that what moms are for.

Annemarie said...

I HAVE to stay neutral here so I can maintain my status as favorite sister & MOST favorite Aunt.

The new blog looks cute. Not cha-cha at all.

Robin said...

Is the train track picture new? I haven't noticed it before. I think there is hidden meaning in the train tracks: a)wrong side of the tracks, b) hobos unite, c)everyone is heading out, d) choo choo instead of cha cha.

Ilene said...

I say their very existence is owed to that inner cha-cha.

My comment was far more embarassing than your entire post. Good thing my kids can't read yet.

Jessica said...

Embarrassing? Whatever. I've long said you are the coolest mom around. Your short, sweet, style laden posts are just so much fun!

Brigitta said...

It's your right as a mom to embaress them. I am sure deep down they think you are hip and cool, they just can't admit that yet. Like the new look on the blog. cute cute

smiths5 said...

Diane,

I'm not sure if you'll remember me, but it's NIchole SMith. We lived in Sabre Springs about 7 years ago (yikes)! You can thank Michelle Tyler for forwarding me to your blog, LOL. It's so fun to see how your family has grown and what you have been up to. I looked up to you then as a hip, stylish mom, and I see that still applies :-). I'm glad you guys are doing well. If you have some time you'll have to check out our blog snsmithkids.blogspot.com I just set up. Asutin is 7 years old now and we have had 2 more since. Take care!! Nichole

ferntyler said...

love the new picture and I think it is hilarious that your kids are embarassed - I'm hoping I will be cool enough to make my kids still cringe in a few years (they're already worried about me as it is)

The Family Johnson said...

I agree completely with Michelle!! Also, isn't half the fun of having kids seeing them squirm with embarrasment over us???

helen said...

Hey...it could be worse. You could belong to the red hat group of aging women that like the red and purple fashion(less) statement...not that you are old enough for that group, but you could join early just for the heck of it! The kids should know better than to complain - that will just invite you to kick things up a notch. Wait until they get engaged and line up a meeting with the in-laws-to-be...just think of what fun you'll have!